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|Client Name||Office of Higher Education (OHE)|
|Interview Method||Webcam (MS Teams)|
Work is anticipated to be offsite.
Our client is looking for a .NET Developer. to begin the process of replacing existing aging methods with more modernized, easier to support methods. Current program tasks are based on overly complex configurations of manual processes and diverse but aging methods and software technologies. This complexity makes the methods difficult to optimize, manage, or even observe. Some of the larger implementations are done in aging technologies that are falling behind in terms of industry standards. In some cases, methods are out of compliance with state standards to the point where becoming compliant requires technology replacement along with process re-engineering. While many of the issues have been apparent to OHE management and staff for some time, insufficient technical resources are available to rectify them. A C# on ASP.NET, Dynamics 365 and Microsoft T-SQL developer is needed to transform software designs and specifications into high functioning code to meet business needs. Industry coding standards and the technology design developed by the Enterprise Architect are expected to be followed. Developer will need to transform code from other languages such as Ingres ABF, Ingres RW, Ingres SC, Perl, Cold Fusion, etc. Developer is expected to conduct unit and string testing and participate in periodic code reviews to ensure quality and consistency.